In Each Day I Like It Better, author Amy Lutz dispels her experience with Jonah, her 10 year old son who has Autism Spectrum Disorder. For many years, Jonah's autism manifested as severe violence, to the point where behavior modification trials, medications, and almost a year of hospitalization could not control his rage. Searching earnestly for a cure to control these violent outburts, Amy and her husband turned to the controversial electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). Since then, Jonah's rage has significantly diminished, and now, at age 14, he will move to a less restricted school. Each Day I Like It Better documents the journeys of seven children and their families as they search for successful treatments for autism. Ultimately, they find that electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) can lead to positive outcomes in individuals with autism.